Independent report

ICURe: evaluation of pilot programme

A review by Ipsos MORI that includes an overview of the programme, its effect on participants and the UK economy.

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ICURe final evaluation report: January 2020 (PDF)

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ICURe final evaluation report annexes: January 2020 (PDF)

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ICURe final evaluation report: January 2018 (PDF)

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ICURe final evaluation report annex A: January 2018 (PDF)

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Details

A mixed methods evaluation of the Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research (ICURe) programme.

The evaluation provides encouraging data to suggest that the ICURe pilot and national scape of this has been an effective and economical instrument for:

  • accelerating the commercialisation of academic research
  • producing a range of wider benefits in strengthening academic links with industry and enhancing the entrepreneurial skills of early career researchers.

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